With no Immunotherapy Tablet for Tree Pollens, AllergyEasy Offers Alternative

Industry: Healthcare

Arizona-based company helps U.S. primary care doctors prescribe sublingual immunotherapy drops for all common tree allergies.

Phoenix, AZ (PRUnderground) March 9th, 2020

FDA-approved sublingual immunotherapy tablets offer an attractive alternative to allergy shots. They dissolve quickly under the tongue and can be taken at home, but with no tablets available for misery-causing spring tree allergens, AllergyEasy offers another user-friendly alternative to allergy shots: under-the-tongue drops.

AllergyEasy offers a turnkey allergy treatment program to primary care physicians around the country, helping them test for allergies and prescribe sublingual immunotherapy drops. Since the under-the-tongue drops are safer than allergy shots, they can be taken at home, negating the need for multiple trips to the doctor’s office each week for injections.

With subcutaneous immunotherapy (allergy shots), antigen is injected into the skin and enters the bloodstream. With sublingual immunotherapy, the antigen is absorbed into the bloodstream through special cells in the mouth. The goal of immunotherapy in either form is to desensitize the immune system to allergens so that it will stop overreacting to them in ways that produce uncomfortable symptoms.

There are currently several sublingual immunotherapy tablets on the market that desensitize patients to ragweed, dust mites, and common types of grasses. However, there is not an approved tablet for trees, which are responsible for many of the worst spring allergies. AllergyEasy helps doctors across the country fill this void by prescribing sublingual immunotherapy drops.

Drops are not new to the global allergy scene; in fact, they have been used for decades in Europe. About half of the people receiving allergy immunotherapy there receive it in the form of drops instead of shots. The drops are also gaining traction in America as people seek out a no-hassle alternative to allergy shots for their spring allergies.

Although a sublingual immunotherapy tablet for trees is in the testing stages, it is only directed at trees in the birch family. There are well over a dozen types of allergenic tree pollen that are not affected by the tablets-including cedar, ash, mesquite, oak, and cottonwood.

The AllergyEasy drops contain allergen mixes that help patients develop immunity to all major spring tree pollens, as well as grass and weed pollens, dust, and pet dander.

Dr. Stuart Agren, AllergyEasy founder, said that these comprehensive allergen mixes help set the AllergyEasy drops apart from other types of immunotherapy.

“Allergy tablets and allergy shots are limited in their scope,” said Dr. Agren. “Because we incorporate dozens of common allergens into our serum, it can protect people from all major allergens that stir up their symptoms. All that patients have to do is dispense a few drops of the serum under the tongue once per day.”

While some people turn to decongestants and antihistamines to weather spring allergies, Dr. Agren said that these only mask the symptoms. He said that patients whose symptoms last for more than a few months of the year or are particularly severe should consider long-term treatment in the form of immunotherapy.

“There are countless Americans out there who are white knuckling it through spring year after year,” said Dr. Agren. “The sublingual immunotherapy drops can help alter the immune system so that spring allergies subside once and for all.”

To learn more about how primary care physicians can prescribe AllergyEasy sublingual immunotherapy drops for spring allergy relief, visit www.AllergyEasy.com or call (877) 276-3393.

About AllergyEasy

AllergyEasy helps allergy doctors around the country provide sublingual immunotherapy (allergy drops) to their patients who suffer with allergies to pollen and food allergies (including dairy allergy, wheat allergy, nut allergy, fruit allergy and more.) AllergyEasy can connect patients to a doctor in their area who offers sublingual allergy treatment.

Disclaimer: The statements made regarding these products have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. The information on this website or in emails is designed for educational purposes only. It is not intended to be a substitute for informed medical advice or care. You should not use this information to diagnose or treat any health problems or illnesses without consulting your physician. The news site hosting this press release is not associated with AllergyEasy or Dr. Stuart Agren. It is merely re-publishing a press release announcement submitted by a company, without any stated or implied endorsement of the product or service.

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